• Keller ISD Athletics offers sports programs that help develop the whole student through athletics. KISD athletics programs will provide student-athletes opportunities to experience competition, leadership roles, self-improvement, goal setting, discipline, coachability, learning from setbacks, accountability, enhance academics, developing positive character traits, and being part of a team.

    KISD Athletics supports the belief that well-rounded students are of sound mind and body. In addition, athletics will showcase competitiveness, character, resiliency, talent, determination, team play, grit, and good sportsmanship.  

    The life lessons learned through each student-athlete’s experience will help prepare them personally, academically, and socially.

    KISD's Athletics Department oversees the district's full range of UIL athletic programs, which begin at various grade levels and include football, volleyball, tennis, basketball, baseball, cross country, softball, track, wrestling, swimming, cross country, golf, and cheer. This includes non-UIL sports such as drill team and powerlifting. 

    Athletics venue capacity info, self-screening, and mask info:
    1. The Keller ISD Athletics Department will allow full capacity at all district and campus facilities for all sporting events.

    2. Spectators are expected to self-screen before entering any KISD facility.

    3. Masks are optional

    2021-22 High School Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Baseball, Middle School Football and Middle School Volleyball Ticket Info: 
    Tickets for sports other than high school football will be sold as general admission and purchased online only through Brushfire. We will have QR codes at sites for parents/students to access through their smartphones to buy tickets, if need be.  

    Tickets for the above sports will go on sale at 4 p.m. the day before the game. 

    Example: Tuesday game tickets will go on sale at 4 p.m. Monday. Thursday game tickets will go on sale at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Friday game tickets will go on sale at 4 p.m. Thursday.

    Ticket prices will continue to be $2 for school-aged students and $4 for adults plus an online service fee. 

    Punch cards are back this year. Unfortunately, they will not be sold at the gates. However, the high school Athletics Booster Clubs will be selling them, so check with them to see how they will make them available to your parents. 

    Click here to purchase tickets through Brushfire!

    Required Forms for Athletics Participation: 

    Interested in KISD Athletics Sponsorship opportunities?
    Contact the Athletics Department at 817-744-1066 to see how you can get involved!


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